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If you’re a Bible teacher, Pastor or Christian who wants to know how to pronounce those difficult Bible names correctly, look no further! This free audio Bible name pronunciation guide is a valuable tool in your study of God’s word. BibleSpeak offers the most comprehensive resource on the web for Bible name pronunciation. In order to utilize all of the features of this web site, JavaScript must be enabled in your browser. Hebrew Audio Pronunciations is integrated into top morphological databases, covering every word found in the Lexham Hebrew Bible (and thus functions with all the Logos tools which use the LHB for their lexical data, including the Lexham Hebrew-English Interlinear, the various reverse interlinears and the Lexham Discourse Hebrew Bible). Learn to pronounce Hebrew and Aramaic from a leading expert with over 9,500 audio clips of the Hebrew Bible’s lexical forms (‘lemmas’). Faithlife Fluent in Hebrew and Arabic, Dr. Buth’s recordings are precise and mellifluous. | Privacy, Audio recording of every lexical form in the Hebrew Bible, Integrates with a wide variety of lexically tagged resources, including reverse interlinears, Includes recordings and documentation to learn the alphabet and vowels themselves, Easily incorporate Hebrew into your sermons, lessons, and notes, Resource ID: {5AB00EA4-19DE-4FF0-BAB5-B89C938C0FB3}, Metadata Last Updated: 2016-10-28T21:55:15Z. Hebrew Audio Pronunciations is integrated into top morphological databases, covering every word found in the Lexham Hebrew Bible (and thus functions with all the Logos tools which use the LHB for their lexical data, including the Lexham Hebrew-English Interlinear, the various reverse interlinears and the Lexham Discourse Hebrew Bible). In order to utilize all of the features of this web site, JavaScript must be enabled in your browser. Dr. Buth began studying biblical languages and historical geography in Israel in 1974 and earned a PhD in Semitic languages from UCLA under Stanislav Segert, and has served as a Wycliffe translator and consultant in sub-Saharan Africa for over 20 years. If you want to know how to pronounce Bible names correctly, be sure to check out our Bible Pronunciation Guide. This is available on every Bible name page and shows the phonetic pronunciation of every word. (See [266]GREEKS.). In addition, these resources include a thorough documentation page teaching the pronunciation system used in these recordings, with over 250 sound clips breaking down the consonants, vowels, accents and other symbols used in lexicons and lemma lists. This free audio Bible name pronunciation guide is a valuable tool in your study of God’s word. There is also a phonetic guide to use to see the proper pronunciation of Hebrews . Fluent in Hebrew and Arabic, Dr. Buth’s recordings are precise and mellifluous. Please read this introduction for instructions on using Hebrew Audio Pronunciations in Logos. Click the PLAY button below to hear how to pronounce Hebrews . The recordings were made by Dr. Randall Buth, developer of the Living Biblical Languages program and founder of the Biblical Language Center, which teach Biblical Hebrew and Koine Greek as living languages. | Privacy, Audio recording of every lexical form in the Hebrew Bible, Integrates with a wide variety of lexically tagged resources, including reverse interlinears, Includes recordings and documentation to learn the alphabet and vowels themselves, Easily incorporate Hebrew into your sermons, lessons, and notes. We’ve all struggled to pronounce Bible names and places, especially those pesky Old Testament names! Learn to pronounce Hebrew and Aramaic from a leading expert with over 9,500 audio clips of the Hebrew Bible’s lexical forms (‘lemmas’). Please read this introduction for instructions on using Hebrew Audio Pronunciations in Logos. Along with our online pronunciation guide, BibleSpeak also provides links to some of the best resources for Bible study available today. Dr. Buth began studying biblical languages and historical geography in Israel in 1974 and earned a PhD in Semitic languages from UCLA under Stanislav Segert, and has served as a Wycliffe translator and consultant in sub-Saharan Africa for over 20 years. You’ll be able to hear the pronunciation of any word when you need it—whether you’re refreshing your vocabulary, writing a sermon, or doing research.